Category listing for: Falmouth

Marine wildlife sea safaris in Falmouth Bay
Falmouth

Marine wildlife sea safaris in Falmouth Bay

Orca Sea Safaris run marine wildlife cruise around Falmouth Bay all year round. If you look out from the hotel you will often see the fast turquoise powerboat in the bay, normally heading South towards the famous Manacle Rocks where they often see seals, dolphins, and Basking Sharks....

The view from here - Falmouth Sunsets
Falmouth

The view from here - Falmouth Sunsets

Gyllyngvase Beach Call us biased, but our favourite sunset spot is right on our doorstep. The golden sands of Gylly are perfect for a barefoot stroll as the sun dips into the sea for the evening. With the lazy drawn-out days of summer, a visit to Gyllyngvase in the evening is either best enjoyed with a pre-sunset dinner or post-darkness cocktail at St Michaels....

Why not try: Kayak tours of our Falmouth coastline
Falmouth

Why not try: Kayak tours of our Falmouth coastline

St Michaels Hotel is brilliantly located for exploring Falmouth’s <a href="http://www.stmichaelshotel.co.uk/2015/06/lifes-a-beach-our-guide-to-falmouths-beaches/" target="_blank">four world-class beaches</a>, which are all excellent for families because of their access and facilities, and for watersports such as surfing, windsurfing, sailing, snorkeling and diving. Why ...

Four glorious beaches within walking distance
Falmouth

Four glorious beaches within walking distance

These four great beaches are all within walking distance of the hotel. Gyllingvase Beach with its golden sands, cafe, lifeguards and crystal blue swimming waters is literally on the hotel's doorstep (only sixty-five short steps from our front door).  A bit further along the road, you will find the quieter Castle beach with a small cafe and plenty of rock pools at low tide. Swanpool Beach...